Six-Decade Career Retrospective of Photographer Martha Cooper Opens This October at Urban Nation Museum in Berlin
180th Street Station Platform, the Bronx, 1980. Copyright Martha Cooper. Combining photographs and personal artifacts, MARTHA COOPER: TAKING PICTURES traces her life from her first camera in nursery school in 1946 to her reputation today as a world-renowned photographer. This retrospective (from October 2nd 2020 to August 1st 2021) is the first documentary exhibition to be presented at the URBAN NATION Museum in Berlin and it ushers in a new era for the museum under its new director Mr. Jan Sauerwald. MARTHA COOPER: TAKING PICTURES presents the photographer's versatile vision of the world, with creativity found on every corner. The exhibition opens with
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